Dr. Zadeh is an academic cardiologist and the Director of Cardiac Computed Tomography at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Division of Cardiology and Associate Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and in Baltimore, U.S.A. Dr. Zadeh was one of the main investigators of the CorE-64 study and currently directs the CT coronary angiography core laboratory for the CorE-320 multicenter trial. A SCCT member soon after its foundation, Dr. Zadeh has served on numerous SCCT committees over the past decade, including writing panels for inaugural guidelines on the acquisition and interpretation of cardiac CT. Since 2008, he co-directs the Annual SCCT Board Review and Comprehsensive Topic Review. Dr. Zadeh’s clinical and investigational focus is the evaluation and management of patients with suspected coronary heart disease. Dr. Zadeh is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology, and cardiovascular CT. He reviews manuscripts for numerous scientific journals, including JACC, JACCimaging, JCCT, AJR, Heart, AJC, and is an author of scientific articles in Circulation, New England Journal of Medicine, JACC, JCCT, AHJ, and others. He is an associate editor of JCCT and the current editor-in-chief of the third edition of a SCCT board examination preparation book.